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Monday, 6 July 2015

Harvest Campaigns Kick Off in the LNR and DNR

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Today, the Lugansk GMA* media office reported that Lugansk-Niva (Dobrodiya™) received the first 150 tonnes of grain grown and harvested by employees of Krasny Kolos in Sverdlovsk Raion. Zinaida Naden, chairman of Lugansk-Niva, said, “For us, today’s a holiday… the combines came in with the first grain of the new harvest from Krasny Kolos. They’ve been our faithful partner, they grow a lot of high-quality winter wheat, and high-quality grain is a pledge of high-quality bread. We’ve created everything needed to allow us to quickly process the grain, make necessary checks, and determine its quality. In addition, we have sufficient storage capacity to accommodate agricultural products that meet accepted standards of quality and humidity. Our facilities can store more than 100,000 tonnes of grain”. Manolis Pilavov, the head of the Lugansk GMA, said, “The new crop is of great importance at such a difficult moment for our Republic. However, no matter how difficult the situation is, we strive to ensure to have grain stores adequate to ensure a proper supply of grain to the population”.

  • GMA: State Municipal Administration, administrative apparat of a city

6 July 2015

LITs Lugansk Information Centre



Today, in Novoazovsk Raion were the first in the DNR to begin to harvest grain according to Oleg Andrienko, chief agricultural officer for the Novoazovsk GRA*. He noted, “We brought in 40 combine units for Harvest-2015. Our traktorists* intend to harvest all of our grain, but if there are delays, we’ve already planned to call in 20 Russian crews from Rostov Oblast to come and help us. We’ve already prepared the warehouses to receive the new crop. The reserve in place in restored local feed mills equipped with dryers is 10,000 tonnes of grain. The first cut showed that the harvest in the raion was a success… winter crops provided more than 35 tsentners* per hectare, spring barley yielded 25 tsentners per hectare. At the same time, we prepared for the upcoming autumn sowing. We began disking fields previously planted in peas, along with fallow fields and fields planted in clover in the Sea of ​​Azov littoral”. The day before, on 5 July, the DNR launched the pea harvest.

  • GRA: State Raion Administration, administrative apparat of a raion
  • Traktorist: “tractor-driver”, actually a rural jack-of-all-trades, driver, mechanic, harvest apparatus operator, general “fix-it man”
  • Tsentner: Russian agricultural measure equal to 100 kilogrammes

6 July 2015

DAN Donetsk News Agency


Putin and Tsipras Discussed Outcome of Greferendum on Bailout Deal

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On Monday, the Kremlin media office said that President V V Putin discussed the outcome of the Greek referendum with Hellenic Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, and expressed his support to the Greek people in overcoming future difficulties in the country. On Sunday, more than 61 percent of Greek voters rejected the lender-proposed bailout plan, which stipulated spending cuts and tax increases in exchange for further financial assistance to the country. Several rounds of fruitless talks between Athens and its major international creditors (the European Central Bank, the International Monetary Fund, and the Eurogroup) preceded the referendum. The Kremlin statement noted, “[The sides] discussed the outcome of the referendum that took place in Greece on the conditions of international creditors providing Athens with financial aid, as well as several issues of further development of Greek-Russian coöperation”.

6 July 2015

Sputnik International


6 July 2015. Back to the Future! Present-Day KPRF Young Pioneers in Simferopol in the Crimea

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These young girls in Simferopol, the capital of the Republic of the Crimea (a federal subject of the Russian Federation), are contemporary Young Pioneers. The Pioneer organisation still exists under KPRF auspices. In fact, the people in the Crimea and the notional “Ukraine” (both in the Peoples Republics and in the junta-misruled American client state) are more “Soviet” than most other post-Soviet people are. Communists are prominent in the patriot resistance against the Galician Uniate nationalist filth. In fact, after the war is over, the region is ready for a communist revival. Not only that, but the Russian Federation becomes more “Soviet” with each passing month. Russians no longer care about pleasing arrogant Anglo American brats. I’d say that some of the reasons why Russians have come to hate Anglo Americans are pushy Anglo businessmen, arrogant Anglo “missionaries” (even most Russian Prods can’t stand ’em), and condescending Anglo officials. Russia, of course, is a country with a FAR longer history and FAR deeper culture than the Anglo juveniles have.

The USA did NOT “win” the Cold War… the USSR committed suicide under Gorbachyov. Russia wants to embrace ALL of the good in its long history… Kievan Rus.. Old Russia… Imperial Russia… the USSR… the coming Eurasian Union. Traitors like Potapov are contemptuous servants of the Anglo Moloch. However, even though he went grey in the dog’s service, don’t hate him… he’s a know quantity, and most real people despise him for his duplicity (as one priest told me, “I can deal with Lebedeff, he’ll admit that he’s wrong… Potapov is never wrong”).

Look at this photo. You can stand with healthy decent people like the communists or you can stand with those who’ve allied themselves with the worst elements of capitalist theft.. you can stand with communists or you can stand with the greedy Anti-Life Republicans. I stand with the communists. After all, “Christ was the first  communist”, as G A Zyuganov put it. I stand with the Young Pioneers in Simferopol. I stand with the communist fighters in Novorossiya. I stand with communists wherever they may be… in an imperfect world, they’ve stood for more right than wrong (all earthly systems are mixed, sadly enough).

Christ or Mammon… that IS the choice… it’s ALWAYS been the choice…


OFFICIAL Congratulations of the DNR Ministry of Foreign Affairs to the Greek People on the Recent Referendum in the Hellenic Republic

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The DNR Ministry of Foreign congratulates the Greek people on the referendum held on 5 July 2015

Dear citizens of Greece!

Please accept our sincere congratulations on this significant event! Because of a democratic and fair referendum, the world community now knows the Greek people’s opinion regarding the future of their state. In a difficult time for your country, you were able to come together to resist outside forces attempting to impose alien obligations and conditions upon your state. Thus, you showed a good example of national consensus and unanimity. We believe that the referendum is a harbinger of a new era that will mark real progress and prosperity for Greece. We wish you stamina, fortitude, and determination in defending your national interests.

A I Kofman

DNR Minister of Foreign Affairs

6 July 2015

Official website of the DNR Ministry of Foreign Affairs


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